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Learn HTML and JavaScript. Design and build five interactive computer games. Create cool graphics. Code simple artificial intelligence. This appealing guide, covering essential coding concepts, offers an ideal introduction to all these activities and more. By following simple step-by-step instructions and completing five exciting missions, aspiring programmers are invited to code well-known games such as tic-tac-toe and table tennis, then customize their projects to test their skills.… (més)
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Get Coding 2! Build Five Computer Games Using HTML and JavaScript de David Whitney

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A great, easy to follow coding book that is geared to a tween crowd, but works well for adults also. The book starts with a brief introduction to and background on electronic games and gaming. It combines several coding languages, which is a little difficult for the reader to decipher between. I read this with having had only an intro. to HTML almost 20 yrs. ago, as well as basicA in the late 1980s, so I'm pretty much a coding newbie. I made a mistake with using a capital instead of lower case letter in the first game and was thankful for my F12 knowledge to discover my syntax error. The second game was easier to code and went along faster for me. A great intro. Book that gives short bursts of accomplishment to keep the readers' interest. ( )
  niquetteb | May 28, 2020 |
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So, I know this book is more geared towards kids who want to learn some basics in coding, but I wanted this book for myself since I want to learn, too! I took a look through it and I think it's good for any beginner, no matter the age, honestly. I'm looking forward to reading it and actually participating in the activities! ( )
  Brogums | Dec 20, 2019 |
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As a recently retired computer programmer who learned his trade "back in the day" I was curious to see how kids are being introduced to this strange art called "writing computer programs" nowadays.

This book is meant for kids and so you have to take it for what it's worth. It gives the reader a quick intro to HTML (The language of Internet web sites) and JavaScript (The procedural language behind some Internet web sites). So thats good.

And I dunno. Not clear what the age audience for this book is? Would younger kids have the patience to type in all this code ? Would older kids be interested in these rather simple games?

A kid who read this book and had the patience would come out of the other end with some simple working games to show his friends.

And some understanding of how it all works under the covers. And maybe curiosity piqued to look for more and go forward..

There's not enough here about debugging and solving the problems that come up (inevitably) when you sit down to write computer code. So a lot of kids (unless they have help from some friendly adults) might get frustrated and lose patience and put the book aside.

But maybe this will be the gateway into computer programming.

I'm not satisfied by this book, but I can't for the life of me think of any way to make it better. ( )
  magicians_nephew | Dec 7, 2019 |
I tried doing the projects in this book with my nine year old niece and I think it was a bit much for her age. I found the coding instructions pretty easy to follow though and I think for the right age or understanding level it is a pretty good intro. As someone who only knows very basic HTML and no Java, I still thought it was pretty easy to complete the couple of projects I tried. I didn't really love that it is teaching Java when that language is fading out of usage and any child learning coding languages today will almost certainly not find it useful five or ten years from now, but it's still a good basic place to start learning coding languages in a pretty simplified format. Fun book overall. ( )
  blueviolent | Nov 26, 2019 |
This book takes students step-by-step through coding with HTML and JavaScript to build interactive, browser-based games : Noughts and Crosses (or tic-tac-toe), Snake, Table Tennis, Endless Runner, and Side-Scrolling Platformer game. I found the book very informative, sure to appeal to readers who are into coding. A storyline about a coding club trying to enter a gaming "Hackathon" serves as framework to the projects; readers may relate to trying to defeat rivals who are dismissive of challengers. I look forward to introducing this book to my library's readership.

(I received an ARC of this book through LibraryThing Early Reviewers)
  Cynthia_Parkhill | Nov 10, 2019 |
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Learn HTML and JavaScript. Design and build five interactive computer games. Create cool graphics. Code simple artificial intelligence. This appealing guide, covering essential coding concepts, offers an ideal introduction to all these activities and more. By following simple step-by-step instructions and completing five exciting missions, aspiring programmers are invited to code well-known games such as tic-tac-toe and table tennis, then customize their projects to test their skills.

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